Reception Rooms: 3
Specialness: Staff Accom & Equestrian
The Ox Barn is a beautifully presented country house converted in 2002 from a range of traditional Cotswold stone buildings. The house provides excellent accommodation with generously proportioned rooms with many traditional features of the original barn retained with vaulted ceilings, exposed timber trusses and flagstone flooring. The property is approached over a long gravel drive which leads to a courtyard at the front of the house from where a flagstone path leads to the front door. This opens in to an entrance hall with flagstone floor, cloakroom and access to a spiral cellar. The principal reception rooms are off the hall and include a gracious drawing room with open fireplace with stone seats either side, a door into the garden, stairs to the first floor and a door into a study with fitted bookshelves and cupboards. On the other side of the hall is the dining room with a vaulted ceiling, wooden floor, French doors to the courtyard and a door in to the guest suite which comprises sitting room, kitchenette, and bedroom 5 with an en-suite bathroom. The light, kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the courtyard and is well fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units. There are extensive wooden and granite work surfaces and a two oven oil fired Aga with electric companion. In addition there is a built in fridge/freezer and two dishwashers. Beside the kitchen is the utility room with oil fired boiler, a door to outside and an adjacent cloakroom.
Source: Strutt and Parker